Museum Of History To Host Re-Enactments Of Deadliest El Paso Gunfights
El Paso has a long history and part of that history includes gunfights on the city streets. The El Paso History Museum is going to recreate three of the deadliest gunfights that ever happened here.
The historical recreation group Six-Guns and Shady Ladies will take you through the late 1800s in El Paso and what was one of the most dangerous cities in the Old West. You see the gunfights will be re-enacted and be able to interact with the group.
Space is limited so confirm your space no later than June 26. This is a really interesting event for the whole family. I've been to a number of Six-Guns and Shady Ladies events and they are all so knowledgeable about El Paso history and so authentic in their portrayal of the Wild, Wild West that you'll feel like you're there.
For more information about this event, contact Jaime Knoedler, Community Engagement Coordinator at the El Paso Museum of History at (915) 212-3163, or email her at email@example.com.